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Advent Appeal 2016 | Children in Crossfire

Advent Appeal 2016

As we look forward to Christmas and the time we spend at home with our loved ones, we remember that not everyone is as lucky as you and I. For many millions of children, Christmas is just like any other day – a day of hardship and struggle….

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return to school

Returning to School

With the new school year upon us Richard reminisces about his experience of school as a child and how that compares to the children in Tanzania and Ethiopia and the importance of education. Pictured above is the Miwaleni Primary School in Tanzania that pupils involved with the 2016 Culture Trip visited to…

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Roisin Quinn fundraising for Children in Crossfire

The Importance Of Fundraising

Fundraising is vital to Children in Crossfire achieving our Mission. Without the necessary funds, we would not be in a position to respond to the needs of the communities we work with. Children in Crossfire works in Ethiopia which is presently experiencing a severe food shortage.  This is…

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key-achievements

20 Years of making a change

We are very excited to celebrate 20 Years of making a change.  In 1996 Richard Moore launched Children in Crossfire with the vision – “A Compassionate World where every child can reach his or her full potential” – and this year we celebrate working on our mission for…

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Emergency Appeal Update

Richard would like to thank all those who have contributed to our Emergency Appeal for a feeding programme in Ethiopia’s capital, Addis Hiwot. In 2010 we were brought to meet 60 families living in squalid conditions on a grave yard on the outskirts of Addis Hiwot.  Several generations…

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Micro Finance

Micro Finance

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As a lifelong teacher and advocate for young children and families, Mary Kabati embodies the Children in Crossfire values.  Mary is the program coordinator for Tanzania Home Economics Association, a Children in Crossfire –funded organization that empowers individuals, families and communities in Tanzania through education and training. Through her work,…

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Mary Kabati: Children In Mwanza

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As a lifelong teacher and advocate for young children and families, Mary Kabati embodies the Children in Crossfire values.  Mary is the program coordinator for Tanzania Home Economics Association, a Children in Crossfire –funded organization that empowers individuals, families and communities in Tanzania through education and training. Through her work,…

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Early Childhood Education

Early Childhood Development

As a lifelong teacher and advocate for young children and families, Mary Kabati embodies the Children in Crossfire values.  Mary is the program coordinator for Tanzania Home Economics Association, a Children in Crossfire –funded organization that empowers individuals, families and communities in Tanzania through education and training. After receiving training…

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We are a registered charity in Northern Ireland (NIC101412) and The Republic of Ireland (CHY 20045517). Children in Crossfire is now also a registered ‘Not For Profit’ in the USA and is recognised as tax exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (EIN 46-2267122). We are developing Advisory Groups in Chicago and Boston to assist with a fundraising programme.